Jill Malleck

Jill Malleck has found her life purpose in serving individuals, teams and organizations with ways to accelerate positive change – in their work and in their personal lives. With  more than 20 years of experience in Human Resources and Marketing inside a global corporate environment, Jill now spends her time with a variety of clients and at all levels of system intervention. Using her experience, training, natural creativity and intuition, Jill works with public and private sector clients to generate new options and implement practical solutions. Her desire to see others succeed also comes to life in her Coaching practice, where she listens well and asks powerful and challenging questions that give people the energy and confidence to change.

Jill’s work focuses on three areas: Coaching, Facilitation and HR Projects. As an Integral Coach™,  Jill is certified by Integral Coaching Canada Inc.® to use their method for powerful and sustainable personal development and change. Many of Jill’s clients are executive leaders who appreciate her practical and insightful ways of building the competencies they most want to work on. Jill has custom-designed and facilitated hundreds of strategic planning meetings, operational planning meetings, leadership development retreats, cross-functional collaborations, generative conversations and Board meetings for groups ranging in size from 5-300. She designs processes based on clear objectives and deliverables, using her experience of group dynamics to make the work of the group easier. When it fits the purpose of the meeting, Jill provides training to meeting participants on a wide range of personal development topics. As an HR professional, Jill offers clients project leadership or hands-on support as they design and implement systems change in the areas of leadership development, training, reward & recognition, competency models/systems, succession planning, recruiting and orientation. Jill’s skill in written and verbal communications helps her clients to accelerate the integration of change.

Jill is a member of a survivors’ dragonboating team out of Stratford, Ontario, and has travelled to both coasts of Canada to paddle with the national team, Canadians Abreast. She is the founder and past President of a charity which supports children in need (Send’em Off Smiling) and is a past President of the local chapters of the Zonta Club, IABC Grand Valley and Toastmasters. She blogs regularly and writes a monthly newsletter for almost 1,000 subscribers. Her business book “Epiphanies at Work” gives leaders practical advice for complex workplaces.

Formal Qualifications:

  • Professional Certified Coach (PCC) designation from the International Coaches Federation (ICF) designating more than 700 hours of professional coaching
  • Certified Integral Coach™
  • Certificate in Organizational Development from NTL, Bethel, Maine
  • Certified in Bill Bridge’s “Transitions” work on change
  • Trained in Appreciative Inquiry method
  • Certified in Myers Briggs Type Indicator™ (MBTI) and Personality Dimensions™
  • Certified trainer of Heart of Coaching™
  • Professional Association memberships include HRPA, OD Network, OAPPT, High Ideals


  • Executive coaching
  • Leadership coaching
  • Leadership development training
  • Competencies
  • Strategic and operational planning
  • Teambuilding retreats
  • Generative conversations
  • Organization design or restructure
  • Job documentation
  • Change management
  • Training curriculum design
  • Soft skills training